From Classic to Eclectic Antique Shopping in Hazel, Kentucky

I’ve just returned from my road trip to western Kentucky and getting back in the swing of things.  It was a bit of a whirlwind trip lasting only three days, but I followed the 14 Steps for a Stress Free Start to Your Road Trip, so we left off with ease and managed to find loads of fun once we reached our destination. One of our stops included the antique row of shops in Hazel, Kentucky.


On the west end of Kentucky and just north of the Tennessee state line, the antique shops of Hazel, Kentucky offer quite an eclectic selection from classic antiques to unusual treasures with just about everything in between.  I came upon the friendliest shop owners and each shop had so much variety that I could have spent several days perusing them all.  Every shop had its own remarkable uniqueness, as well.  Unfortunately, I only had the chance to stop in at four of the shops, but there are many more, not to mention an artist district just down the street, so if you’re in the neighborhood, you really must stop!!

Here are a few highlights from each one I was able to stop in at:


Blue Moon Antiques is elegant and classic…




Filled with plenty of traditional and hand painted furniture and collectibles, birdcages, and quite a selection of vintage signage.


Angelique’s Antiques is antiques with a modern edge…




Including folk art and modern pieces, classic, as well as, trendy décor items, and plenty of color everywhere.


Horse’s Mouth Antiques is rustic and quaint…



Filled to the brim with collectible china, glassware, stoneware, antique quilts and furniture.


Miss Martha’s Antiques is eclectic and mysterious…




With doors leading to small rooms full of items colorful and primitive to carnival and classic.


We even had a chance to update the “project bachelor pad” collection with this sign

that I think we think will go, quite nicely, on the wall in my son’s future entryway or mudroom.


I want to thank each shop owner for not only letting me take pictures, but also taking the time to greet a traveler and talk a while.  What an enchanting time I had.  I will stop back any chance I get!!

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11 Responses to From Classic to Eclectic Antique Shopping in Hazel, Kentucky

  1. Danni@SiloHillFarm April 4, 2013 at 9:14 am #

    Oh I have been to this very town and tasted of their wicked offerings and enjoyed them immensely! Every shopkeeper there was so nice. Hope to go back again someday…with a trailer!!

  2. Mel April 4, 2013 at 10:59 pm #

    Oh that glassware is just amazing Amy, I’m so jealous. Antiques aren’t that fun here not enough history.

  3. Marty@A Stroll Thru Life April 5, 2013 at 3:25 am #

    Looks like such a fun town with lots to see. Thanks for the gracious comment and following, I am your newest follower also. Hugs, Marty

  4. Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking April 5, 2013 at 9:49 pm #

    Looks like you had a great time. I don’t think I have heard of this town but sounds like it is close enough to us so we may just be checking it out!!

  5. Debbie April 5, 2013 at 11:07 pm #

    Wow, what an amazing place! And to think you only showed a few of the shops on the street, I’d love to explore that town.
    Thanks for stopping by my place, and for the follow back.
    Debbie 🙂


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